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DreamCatcher Brings 'First Battalion' to North America - 6 New Screens

by Judy on June 21, 2006 @ 4:25 p.m. PDT

DreamCatcher Games today announced that it will publish First Battalion for Windows in North America. Join the ranks as you take command of the First Battalion and lead your forces into one of the most intense and important wars in history! From the streets of Stalingrad to the beaches of Normandy, you will experience some of the greatest battles of World War II.

Feel the power of 30 tons of steel armor around you as you crush through destructible environments, mowing down trees and destroying entire buildings. With its cinematic and immersive gameplay, First Battalion puts you right on the battlefield filled with dozens of AI controlled airplanes, anti-tank cannons, infantry and enemy vehicles.

Features

  • Experience the adrenaline rush of combat with totally destructible environments keeping you in the heat of battle at all times!
  • Play as 3 military commanders as you lead your battalions through exciting missions and fast-paced campaigns.
  • Historic tanks, vehicles and aircrafts are all accurately modeled and detailed.
  • Multiplayer mode for up to 32 players allows for complex team strategies utilizing different battalion tactics.

Take this exciting opportunity to control a battalion during World War II where you will fight against rival tanks, vehicles, infantry and aircraft. First Battalion combines some of the best elements from first-person shooters, role-playing and strategy games, providing gamers with a unique and exciting WWII gaming experience that they won’t soon forget!

First Battalion will hit stores in July 2006 with an ESRB Rating of “T” for Teen.

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